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Artem Russakovskii
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+David Johnson Both shows are great in their own special way.
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To the basement Kickstarter!
 
I need this too! LOL via +Gord Birch III +Graham B 
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Count me in! Haha =)
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Looks like IndieGoGo just got a redesign. Looking nice.
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Thanks but no thanks. They dealt with a scam by deleting the campaign entirely, leaving funders with no recourse.
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This is entirely way too much fun. And super cool of Google to throw some guaranteed tickets to people who show some dedication.
 
It wouldn't be Google if they didn't play a little game. With our hearts. And wallets.

Bane Let the games begin
900 bucks is a lot of cashish for many people who would love to go to Google I/O but can't afford to. The lottery situation this year also means nobody is... by Artem Russakovskii in Development, Google, News
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So I scraped the dev sites for a while now and found 4-5 codes... all taken. :(
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Here are the very technical details of exactly how private keys are stolen using Heartbleed. Great (though, again, very technical) explanation by +CloudFlare.
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Love cloud flare they always explain things in great detail :-) 
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Not bad.
 
Speedtest on +T-Mobile #notbad
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+David Johnson wow. That puts me to shame. I average about 10Gb per month. I live in South Korea, and have unlimited data. Wife could but don't want to pay when she doesn't use it. Thanks for the info about +TMobile. When I move back I'll likely use them
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Hey +Marimedia, I've got something to tell you. You listening?

Fuck. Off. Already.

I'm seriously losing it with these spammers and I lost count of how many times I asked them to stop and to unsubscribe me from their requests to join their spammy company that pushes shady ads.

Yet another new name pops up all innocently from time to time and asks us to join their ad network (which I already joined, found their ads unacceptable during testing, and told them no, to which I received a condescending reply that they "don't need to convince me")

Looks like the turnover rate is at the industry high at this company, or they're just creating fake employees weekly to bombard customers further.

There are many good and shitty ad networks out there, but it's companies like +Marimedia that gives the whole industry a bad name.
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Make a filter for *@marimedia.com. wildcard prefix filter works in gmail.
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Hell yes.

Also: new +Netflix logo.
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You've got to be pretty popular to get spammers in the comments, right?
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KnowRoaming is a super thin sticker that attaches to your regular SIM and sits dormant, until you travel that is. At that point it auto-activates and takes over the main SIM.

Mind blown.
Thanks in no small part to T-Mobile's free global data initiative, US carriers have begun to lighten the fee load when it comes time to roam. But you'll
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Looks interesting, but not really useful for the European market. Roaming fees will disappear in the near future. 
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+Linode just announced full server-grade SSDs, 40Gbps network, new CPU, and double the RAM upgrades, all for free.

There is, however, a loss on cores for some plans, as all current servers had 8, but the upsides are much greater, but they promise that performance has improved so much that it's worth the move.

I couldn't be more excited, especially about the move to SSDs from HDDs, this company is just incredible.

(Linode is the host +Android Police uses.) 
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I use linode as my icecast and website server, seems pretty solid. 
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    Founder, 2010 - present
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Founder of AndroidPolice.com
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    Computer Science, 2001 - 2006
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